Amy Pruett counsels clients on intellectual property protection, internet issues, licensing rights and transactions before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). She counsels clients in the entertainment, advertising, financial services, retail, manufacturing, hospitality and health care industries on the protection, maintenance and enforcement of their intellectual property rights.
She has extensive experience in copyright and trademark prosecution and infringement matters, domain name disputes, trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition, false advertising, various contract and business tort claims and intellectual property due diligence and portfolio review.
Amy helps her clients identify and protect their intellectual property, whether it is choosing a name for their business or products, registering trademark and copyright rights with relevant authorities or challenging third parties who are infringing upon such rights.
As an accomplished pianist and vocalist, Amy devotes significant attention to the practice of entertainment law. She has almost two decades of working experience in the music industry, both on the business side, licensing and collecting royalties through international music rights societies, and on the legal side, representing prominent, Grammy-winning recording artists, songwriters, producers, managers, record labels, publishers and well-known media companies.
She has negotiated numerous music-related deals, including distribution, management, recording, publishing, sponsorship, merchandising, branding and other licensing agreements, and she has handled a variety of transactions involving the sale, finance and purchase of entertainment-related assets.
Amy provides simple strategies and solutions to clients in a way that’s easy to understand. She identifies cost-saving options to help work toward achieving the best result for her clients on a variety of different budgets.
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